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Call for Papers // Fatigue Durability India 2016 // Publishing Partner Springer

FatigueDurability India 2016 invites technical papers from all Academicians/ individuals/companies associated with engineering design, analysis, testing, instrumentation, research on Fatigue Durability & Fracture Mechanics or related technologies .

The Authors are encouraged to submit paper on the following themes, but not limited to

– Advanced Techniques – in Fatigue, Durability and Fracture Studies
– Life Prediction methodologies for Structural Metals, Alloys, Polymer, Composites & Engineering Materials
– Thermo‐Mechanical Fatigue
– Creep and Creep Fatigue Interaction
– Weld Fatigue Evaluation
– Vibrational Fatigue Evaluation
– Prediction of Cycles for Crack initiation & location
– Reliability assessment
– Fatigue of welds
– Virtual prototyping and virtual testing
– Fatigue damage accumulation in cyclic loading situation
– Life assessment and extension strategies
– Damage tolerance procedure
– Effect of residual stresses on durability
– Calculation of stress intensity factors, critical crack size
– Effect of multi‐site damage
– Mean time between failure (MTBF)
– Fatigue Modeling and Simulation
– Life Prediction Methodology, Software Development
– Structural Health Monitoring and Prognostics
– Variable Amplitude Loads, Multi-axial & Mixed Mode Fatigue
– 3D non‐planar crack propagation
– Fatigue Life Enhancement Techniques
– Cyclic Deformation and Crack Initiation
– Ageing aircraft

Abstracts : before 30th June 2016 to
Papers : before 30th August 2016 to

Authors Registration : before 30th August 2016 to

 Click to download Abstract Template  Do you need assistance ? Contact

Dr. T Jagadish
Convenor – Technical Committee +91 9900138009

Head of the Department
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Bangalore Institute of Technology – BIT, Bangalore

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